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Where Do Auto Accident Plaintiffs Go For Financial Help?

“Thank you for giving my family the money we needed to stay in our home, keep the lights on, and put food on the table.” ~ George M from Florida
Personal injury victims who are currently involved in an auto accident lawsuit and struggling to pay medical and living expenses, may wish to apply for lawsuit funding while they await a settlement.

Auto accidents often cause serious injuries that require immediate, and often long-term, medical care. Many victims are forced to take time off from work; if permanently disabled victims can be out of work indefinitely. Without a source of income, they may quickly fall behind on bills causing a huge financial burden. Victims deserve to have their case tried fairly without the financial pressure to settle for less than case value. One way to accomplish this is to apply for lawsuit funding.

Lawsuit funding is a cash advance on the expected value of a case. It allows plaintiffs to focus on healing while giving their attorney time to seek a fair settlement. Although the lawsuit cash advance can be used however the plaintiffs wishes, it is usually used to pay the mortgage, rent, auto payments, medical bills, or simply to put food on the table.

The legal finance specialists at Lawsuit Financial understand the immediate financial challenges many plaintiffs face; we are here to not only help remove the financial pressures to settle your case for less than you deserve, but to also make the process of obtaining lawsuit funding as quick and easy as possible. To apply, plaintiffs can complete our online application or call our office toll-free at 1-877-377-7848. Our funding is provided on a non-recourse basis, meaning if you lose your case, you owe us nothing. There are no credit checks or employment verification to qualify for lawsuit funding. Once we receive your application and case documentation, a decision can be made, and if approved, funds can be wired into your bank account within 24 – 48 hours.